We've all seen chirpy nonsense like this, on-line and on YooBoob:
"Recently, I experimented with Amazon’s KDP Select Program, a new system on the Kindle Store which increased my book’s sales over 600% within one week. First I’ll tell you the story, then I’ll share how you can do it too."
Sounds good, doesn't it? Except it's a steaming pile of bollocks. Nothing you do, of this nature, will increase book sales.
In trying to verify, it turns out that the contact info of this "person" is bogus, so it's obviously fake.
The thing is, the Interweb is lousy with this type of thing, especially when it comes to "reviews", YooToob, eBay, and many other Weebsites.
Me being the curious type, I'd like to know who's doing this sort of thing, and why.
It's no secret that eBay and Amazon sales suck, overall. There are forums full of the disgruntled and disillusioned. Are they paying people to do this type of thing as a countermeasure to all the bad publicity?
The bind moggles.
Who makes up and posts this nonsense?
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